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from NP205 to Divorced T-Case

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by RootBreaker, Feb 8, 2002.

  1. RootBreaker

    RootBreaker 3/4 ton status Premium Member

    Nov 29, 2001
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    Williamstown, NJ USA
    I currently have a SMC465 trans and a NP205 T-case. I would like to get a better drive shaft angle. With my 14" leafs my front driveshaft binds and clanks.... I was told that if I go with a Divorced T-case that I could lower the case to get a better angle. I understand all the theory...
    What would I need.
    A divorced t-case
    shorty drive shaft
    cross member for t-case
    I was told a 2wd transmission. What is a good manual 2wd trans. I would suspect the 3spd w/creeper.. but is there a better one?
    Also are the divorced t-cases just a NP205 divorced?
    just thinkin if I should go this route or have my front rear knuckles ground off and the rear pitched. Even at that you can only pitch so much....

    1978 Chevy 3/4 - 14" leafs -dana 44w/4.56's -14 bolt corp w/4.56's on 40x17x16.5 Ground Hawgs on 16.5x12 steel rims-NP205&SMC465
  2. burbBoy

    burbBoy 1/2 ton status

    Feb 4, 2002
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    im helping my housemate do a divoreced t-case right now. We used a sm465 2WD version and found a rockwell 221 t-case from a 60's chevy that was set up divorced already. You can find a divorced t-case in older dodges that will work too. Ill let you know what else we find trouble with...im sure there wll be something :)
  3. m j

    m j 1/2 ton status

    Dec 28, 2001
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    sounds like it would add more potential problems to me
    just get the dif turned properly and you will have no more DS problems

    formerly 77chev
    still a jerk though

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